National RV Holdings and SMC Corp. saw their stock prices fall sharply Thursday, the same day they both reported disappointing financial results.

National RV’s stock fell 2 3/16, or 15%, to close at 12 11/16.

SMC’s price declined 1/4, or 6%, to close at 3 7/8.

National RV reported on Thursday that its first quarter earnings declined 11% to $6.5 million and SMC reported it lost $260,000 during the first three months of this year.

Meanwhile, potential hostile takeover combatants Thor and Coachmen both saw their share prices decline Thursday.
Thor declined 5/8 to close at 26 7/8 and Coachmen declined 1/2 to close at 15 3/16.

Coachmen’s board announced Thursday that it rejected Thor’s $18 a share cash and stock offer to buy Coachmen. Thor did not respond prior to the market close Thursday.

The losses came on a day when the Nasdaq composite index rose 143.95 points, or 4.0%, while the Dow Jones Industrial average declined 57.40 points, or 0.5%.

Here is a round up of other RV company stock moves on Thursday:

Fleetwood declined 5/16 to close at 14 3/4

Winnebago gained 3/8 to close at 16 15/16

Monaco declined 1/4 to close at 16 5/16

Skyline declined 5/16 to close at 20 7/16

Holiday RV Superstores gained 1/16 to close at 4 3/4

Rexhall declined 1/32 to close at 7 11/32

Kit was unchanged at 6 1/2

Coast Distribution was unchanged at 2

Spartan Motors gained 1/4 to close at 4 1/4

Starcraft gained 1/8 to close at 7 3/8